noun, plural ale·hous·es [eyl-hou-ziz] /ˈeɪlˌhaʊ zɪz/.
- aleichem shalom,
- aleichem, sholem,
- aleixandre, vicente
Origin of alehouse
Examples from the Web for alehouse
We had an alehouse boy, who attended always in the house to supply the workmen.
To fiddle to a few villagers, and dash colour on an alehouse shutter!
The name of the maid of the inn is given as Cicely Hacket, and the alehouse is described in the stage direction as ‘on a heath.’A Life of William Shakespeare|Sidney Lee
I stopped at the alehouse to bait my horse; and, for want of bacon, was compelled to put up with bread and cheese for myself.Rural Rides|William Cobbett
He kept an alehouse at Delft, but it did not pay; then he set up a tavern and things went worse.Holland, v. 1 (of 2)|Edmondo de Amicis